CRM 2015: New messages in the Deployment web service


CRM 2015 SDK have introduced following new messages to support tasks we can do using the Deployment web service. These are supported by CRM 2015 on-premises and on-line.

  1. AddCrmDatabaseRequest

    It contains the data that is needed to add a Microsoft Dynamics CRM organization database to your deployment from a database backup or from a detached database. You can pass an instance of this class to the Execute method, which returns an instance of the AddCrmDatabaseResponse class. Properties accepted are:

    1. DatabaseBackupFileName
    2. DatabaseLogFileName
    3. DatabaseMetadataFileName
    4. DatabaseName
    5. ExtensionData
    6. SqlServerName.
  2. DeleteOrganizationRequest

    It contains the data that is needed to delete a Microsoft Dynamics CRM organization. You can pass an instance of this class to the Execute method, which returns an instance of the DeleteOrganizationResponse class. Properties accepted by the request class are:

    1. DetachDatabase
    2. EntityType
    3. ExtensionData
    4. InstanceTag
  3. RetrieveMonitoringResultsRequest

    It contains the data that is required to retrieve results from the monitoring service operation tests for your Microsoft Dynamics CRM deployment. You can pass an instance of this class to the Execute method, which returns an instance of the RetrieveMonitoringResultsResponse class. Properties accepted by the request class are:

    1. EndTime
    2. ExtensionData
    3. Roles
    4. Servers
    5. ServiceHealth
    6. StartTime
    7. Status
    8. TestName
  4. RetrieveUserMappingRequest

    It contains the data needed to retrieve mapping information of existing users in a Microsoft Dynamics CRM organization. You can pass an instance of this class to the Execute method, which returns an instance of the RetrieveUserMappingResponse class. The retrieved information is in an XML format, which can be used to map the existing users from the current organization in the target deployment.

    1. DatabaseName
    2. ExtensionData
    3. SqlServerName
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